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Note after coffee you will explore the issues from a developer’s perspective
Haven’t CETIS conference attendees being doing this for a long time? You know all this stuff!
..and response by Tony Hirst (OU) on concerns over the reliability of OU Intranet!When Two Tribes Go To War
Lots of reasons, responds Melissa Highton, Staff Development in a talk at next week’s “Exploiting The Potential Of Blogs and Social Networks” workshop.When Two Tribes Go To War
There are dangers associated with going down this route, with developing alternative approaches and doing nothingThe 1 – 9 – 90 Challenge
In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users account for almost all the action. (Jakob Neilson, Oct 2006)
Would this level of popularity be possible on an institutional or even national repository?Why I’m A Fan of Slideshare
Readers & contributors to UK Web Focus blog come from all over globe
There’s a need for risk assessment, risk management, etc. But this also applies when you are developing software, procuring development work, etc.
Slides from talk on “Put Yourself Out There” by Alison Wildish, Head of Web Services, Edge Hill University at UKOLN workshop on “Exploiting The Potential Of Blogs and Social Networks” on 26 Nov 2007.
Regardless of any institutional policy our students and staffwill use social networking sites
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Just do it
SLAs with students
In-house tensions, arguments
No strategic vision